The temperatures are dropping, the snow is falling, and it’s time for winter fashion. Warm, soft, comfortable and relaxed—practical meets pretty.

Follow our model around town and enjoy this season’s designs and shopping trends—classy winter wearables.

Chic Comfort
If you’re looking for classy and cozy, head to Hilda’s at 541 Main Street for a full selection of sweaters in colors and styles to fill your winter wardrobe. “I have always been a believer in classic designs, especially in sweaters,” says Mary Black of Hilda’s.
“Th is year, our sweaters will have cable designs, some with fuller sleeves and some with a few ruffles added in the mix. Trending colors are bold reds and forest greens, with basic black making a big comeback.” Hilda also carries textured sweaters in soft feminine colors to suit any style.

Steppin’ Out in Style!
Keep your feet happy while sightseeing around town with the “Explorer Joan” suede boot, part of the Winter Lite Collection from Sorel. This boot works hard technically while maintaining the look and feel of a sneaker. Th e smaller silhouette is a far cry from the old days of chunky winter boots and looks great with cropped jeans or leggings. Th e top of the boot is made of a waterproof full-grain leather suede and has microfleece lining and a faux-fur collar. Th e Explorer Joan can take you from city streets to country cabin, and with 100g of insulation, will keep your toes toasty when walking around on a snowy day. Available in a variety of colors—dark camel, wine, grey and black— at Double Diamond Shoes, 333 Main Street.

“Green” is the New Black”
Pop into the Pique Boutique inside the Montage Deer Valley to find the luxurious Merino wool by Erin Snow. Easy to care for and temperature regulated, Merino wool is perfect for the active lifestyle. “Merino wool offers exceptional performance wearing benefits, as well as environmental benefits. Being a natural fiber, when disposed of, it will biodegrade in soil in a matter of years, slowly releasing valuable nutrients back into the earth,” says Erin Snow. “Every year sheep produce a new fl eece, making wool a completely renewable fiber.”

The hot trend this winter is faux fur and vibrant shearlings. Most fashion trends come and go, but faux fur is timeless. Modern faux fur not only looks luxurious, but it feels lighter on the body and on your conscience. Panache, located at 738 Main Street, has the styles that will make your wardrobe “mountain chic”. Check out new faux fur cropped jackets in classic and bold new winter colors.

Freedom Redefined
If you’re looking to upgrade your skiwear, hit the slopes in new, state-of-the-art thermoregulated “Freelite” garments by KJUS. Made from a single yarn, Freelite offers double the stretch of normal woven skiwear, and its innovative shape memory fl exes and rebounds with every action you take. It’s the fi rst breathable waterproof and windproof ski outerwear that feels like a second skin. Available at KJUS’ online store:

Whether your style leans toward functional and rugged, casual and trendy or high-styling hip couture, Park City offers a great mix of boutiques, specialty stores and ski shops to fulfill anyone’s shopping spree desires.